Wild Horses in the South of France (Camargue)
These wild horses are generally considered to be the oldest breed in the world. Their origins date to the Paleolithic era, 17,000 years ago. I photographed them in May 2017 in the wetlands between the Mediterranean and the two arms of the Rhone River Delta known as the Camargue area of France.
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